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26th Oct '16 10:10:16 AM ImaginesTigers
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* ''Series/{{Gilmore Girls}}'': Parodied when Lorelai comes home from work to be told a delivery driver has kicked not a dog, but her neighbour's garden gnome.
-->'''Neighbour:''' ''[to Babette]'' Tell her about the gnome, baby.
-->'''Babette:''' ''[to Lorelai]'' They kicked the gnome.
-->'''Lorelai:''' What?
-->'''Babette:''' Right in the head.
-->'''Neighbour:''' That's just not cool.
-->'''Lorelai:''' ''[sarcastically] Oh, I'm very sorry. Is the gnome okay?
-->'''Babette:''' Oh, he's fine, sugar. Thanks for asking. But I wouldn't trust these boys. Gnome-kicking says a lot about a man's character.
11th Jul '16 11:20:53 AM SomberCaelifera
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** Seven Moffat had [[spoiler:Missy kill Osgood]] in "Death in Heaven", to show the audience she's not just engaging in ComedicSociopathy, but is irredeemably evil.
*** In the "Magician apprentice" she kills one of the UNIT agents, who been sent to ensure Clara's safety. Not only she does this [[ForTheEvulz just to piss off Clara]], she then explains, that, she purposely killed one, that had a wife and little kid.

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** Seven Steven Moffat had [[spoiler:Missy kill Osgood]] in "Death in Heaven", to show the audience she's not just engaging in ComedicSociopathy, but is irredeemably evil.
*** In the "Magician apprentice" "The Magician's Apprentice" she kills one of the UNIT agents, who had been sent to ensure Clara's safety. Not only she does she do this [[ForTheEvulz just to piss off Clara]], she then explains, that, she purposely killed one, one that had a wife and little kid.
19th Jun '16 11:26:25 PM TimeTravelerJessica
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* ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'': Just in case someone, somewhere, didn't already hate the Female Changeling for her genocidal tendencies and repeated manipulations of Odo, she spends most of the final arc repeatedly making nasty remarks to her loyal servant Weyoun, even threatening to have him killed as soon as his next clone is available to his face, leaving him visibly shaken. And yet she also has a scene in which she tells him he's her favorite, which raises the question: how badly does she treat the Vorta she doesn't like? [[YouHaveFailedMe The answer is: having them executed in batches for not getting scientific research done fast enough.]]
4th Jun '16 1:37:48 PM ultimomant
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* ''Series/SpartacusBloodAndSand'': Many of the Romans do this to the slaves, but one that really takes the cake is Tullius. In "Beneath the Mask", he challenges gladiator and slave Gannicus to a sword fight. Gannicus is warned that if he actually hurts Tullius, he'll be punished. Gannicus tries to end the fight non-lethally by quickly putting his sword against Tullius' throat, but Tullius simply knocks it away and keeps attacking him. Gannicus repeatedly tries putting his sword against him or putting him in a hold, but Tullius keeps ignoring it and attacking him. He eventually catches up to Gannicus and beats him down. When he moves to finish him off, Gannicus is forced to resort to begging for mercy. Tullius spares him and leaves, but mocks him as a weakling and a coward, even though it was clear that Gannicus was the superior fighter.
30th Apr '16 2:07:51 PM HeroGal2347
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* ''Series/TheATeam'': In "[[Recap/TheATeamS1E8TheOutOfTowners The Out-of-Towners]]", a neighbourhood besieged by gangsters suffers a mass attack complete with one gangster viciously [[DisproportionateRetribution beating a shoeshine boy for a simple mistake at that very moment]]. The A-Team considers [[ThisIsUnforgivable this was an act so despicable]] that the few bucks, all the shoeshine boy had to offer for their services, was considered sufficient. Furthermore, at the end, B. A. Baracus had found the goon who beat the kid up, and said to him: "[[PreAssKickingOneLiner Okay, sucker, let's see how]] '''''[[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown YOU]]''''' [[AssholeVictim like it]]!" [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome before giving the scum the pummeling he deserved]].

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* ''Series/TheATeam'': In "[[Recap/TheATeamS1E8TheOutOfTowners The Out-of-Towners]]", a neighbourhood besieged by gangsters suffers a mass attack complete with one gangster viciously [[DisproportionateRetribution beating a shoeshine boy for a simple mistake at that very moment]]. The A-Team considers [[ThisIsUnforgivable this was an act so despicable]] that the few bucks, all the shoeshine boy had to offer for their services, was considered sufficient. Furthermore, at the end, [[PapaWolf B. A. Baracus had Baracus]] found the goon who beat the kid up, and said to him: "[[PreAssKickingOneLiner Okay, sucker, let's see how]] '''''[[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown YOU]]''''' [[AssholeVictim like it]]!" [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome before giving gave the scum the pummeling punch he deserved]].deserved.
-->'''B.A.''': Next time, pick on someone your own size!
30th Apr '16 2:00:17 PM HeroGal2347
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* ''Series/TheATeam'': In one early story, a neighbourhood besieged by gangsters suffers a mass attack complete with one gangster viciously [[DisproportionateRetribution beating a shoeshine boy for a simple mistake at that very moment]]. The A-Team considers [[ThisIsUnforgivable this was an act so despicable]] that the few bucks, all the shoeshine boy had to offer for their services, was considered sufficient. Furthermore, at the end, B. A. Baracus had found the goon who beat the kid up, and said to him: "[[PreAssKickingOneLiner Okay, sucker, let's see how]] '''''[[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown YOU]]''''' [[AssholeVictim like it]]!" [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome before giving the scum the pummeling he deserved]].

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* ''Series/TheATeam'': In one early story, "[[Recap/TheATeamS1E8TheOutOfTowners The Out-of-Towners]]", a neighbourhood besieged by gangsters suffers a mass attack complete with one gangster viciously [[DisproportionateRetribution beating a shoeshine boy for a simple mistake at that very moment]]. The A-Team considers [[ThisIsUnforgivable this was an act so despicable]] that the few bucks, all the shoeshine boy had to offer for their services, was considered sufficient. Furthermore, at the end, B. A. Baracus had found the goon who beat the kid up, and said to him: "[[PreAssKickingOneLiner Okay, sucker, let's see how]] '''''[[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown YOU]]''''' [[AssholeVictim like it]]!" [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome before giving the scum the pummeling he deserved]].
15th Apr '16 2:44:13 AM Peteman
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** To ensure the audience didn't sympathize with Kodos for ordering half the population executed to survive a famine, it's mentioned he used his theories on eugenics to determine who lived and who died rather than a fairer/more pragmatic approach.
28th Dec '15 4:42:32 AM G-MANN
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18th Dec '15 3:11:40 PM ultima-e
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* In the first season of ''Series/TheXFiles'' the bad guy of episode 11, Cecil Lively, casually kicks a dog that's been digging out the body he burried before he fully sets on his psychotic arsonist spree. It's later established he doesn't have a motive for any of his cruel actions whatsoever, the dog episode only adds up to the fact.

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* In the first season of ''Series/TheXFiles'' the bad guy of episode 11, 12, Cecil Lively, L'Ively, casually kicks a dog that's been digging out the body he burried before he fully sets on his psychotic arsonist spree. It's later established he doesn't have a motive for any of his cruel actions whatsoever, the dog episode only adds up to the fact.
18th Dec '15 3:01:28 PM ultima-e
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* In the first season of ''Series/TheXFiles'' the bad guy of episode 11, Cecil Lively, casually kicks a dog that's been digging out the body he burried before he fully sets on his psychotic arsonist spree. It's later established he doesn't have a motive for any of his cruel actions whatsoever, the dog episode only adds up to the fact.
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